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In Tribute to Stacey L. Peak
36 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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I live in Evansville, just another hoosier!

*** Posted by mark greenfield on 2009-09-11 ***

Missing you and thinking about you today.

*** Posted by Pat and Wendy on 2009-09-11 ***

I worked directly across Stacey at BTU brokers. She was like a sister to me. After Stacey left for Cantor we stayed in touch all the time. Years later while I stood looking at the TV monitor watching the second plane hit and realizing what was happening I jumped on AOL messenger and typed Stacey "Are you ok" and never heard back. A very sad day. I miss you Stacey. Peace

*** Posted by craig o. on 2008-09-11 ***

Stacey was a dear friend my entire life. We shared many special times in which we laughed, cried, grew and shared life together. I am a better person for being Blessed by knowing her. The pictures of my wedding with her in it are so special and my daughter, Kaitlin, Stacey's Godchild, remembers her with love and wishes she could have known her longer. I dream of her often, and in those dreams, she always tells me that she is "OK now and that I shouldn't worry about her." I take that as a good sign and try to make peace with the entire situation. As I said, I TRY...

*** Posted by Kamela Kast Krouskos on 2006-12-26 ***

I knew Stacey when we were growing up in our small Southern Indiana town. Peak's Shoe Store was where my family shopped and our families were friends. The last time I talked with Stacey was years before she left this world, but I remember a vitality and a drive to achieve. I was living in Texas at the time and we talked about moving way and living so far from home. She was excited to start a new chapter in her life. I knew she was bound for great things. She wore a sparkle in her eye. I think of her often.

*** Posted by Julie Carter on 2006-09-13 ***

As we experience the 5th anniversary of The Twin Towers, remember those innocent victims, like Stacey. They have earned the title of Hero. May we all remember her Spirit and her Family in our thoughts and prayers.

*** Posted by Joni Kendall Burton, Tell City native on 2006-09-11 ***

I didn't have the pleasure of meeting Stacey, but learned much about her through one of her relatives. From his words, I pictured a charismatic, fun loving, hard working, beautiful soul who was very much loved by her family. May God bless those who live on with love in their hearts for their precious daughter, sister, aunt.

*** Posted by Sally on 2006-09-04 ***

You are in my heart...although we never met.

*** Posted by Monique George and Family Tell City, Indiana on 2005-08-22 ***

When we as human beings look back on the walk in the sand of time, that runs in our lives. We look back at the path in the sand on the beach of our life. Stacey can look back knowing when her sand did run out and see her prints in the sand that no tide will ever wash away her presence, because she was at the highest tide of her life. In learning about love knowledge of our being here, also understanding the true nature of our being here and our lives. So no tide will be higher. Her presence, always felt by the ones she loved and she loved in return. Nothing can wash away her footprints of inspiration of fun, love, and respect for others. It is forever imprinted in our heart and souls. The Twin Towers left a big imprint, but Stacey left the biggest impression in our lives, and her loss the gaping hole of pain.

*** Posted by mike peak on 2004-07-06 ***

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